This course will be delivered in English.
Growing volumes of data flowing across the enterprise provide valuable business intelligence, yet have become a critical security liability. Safeguarding your organization's valuable corporate data against unauthorized access is a cornerstone of sustainable growth and best protection against costly compliance and reputation damages.
Learn how effective forensic strategies can create a first line of defense against fraud and breaches, helping your organization establish control in an adversarial situation. KPMG senior cybersecurity experts Dakai Liu and Mohit Kumar will share leading insights for responding to cyber incidents and complying with increasingly stringent data privacy compliance requirements.
Who Should Attend?
General Managers, Financiers, IT Professionals, Cyber Security Officers, Legal Counsels, Compliance Officers, Internal Auditers
You might be also interested in attending the following two courses:
Course Two: Using Data Analytics to Detect Procurement Fraud
Date: October 25, 2019
Speaker: Dakai LIU, Risk Consulting Director, KPMG (China); Clark ZHU, Risk Consulting, Forensic, KPMG (China)
Along with increased business growth comes an increase in sourcing and purchasing operations, providing a slew of often-irresistible opportunities for hard-up employees and suppliers to gain financially through fraudulent malpractice at the company's expense. Typical fraud related to the procurement circle could involve kickbacks and bribes, bidding collusion, variation abuse, undisclosed personal interest, etc.
In this seminar, KPMG will share its experiences in investigating different type of procurement frauds, and in addition to how to leverage technology and big data in analyzing, detecting, and monitoring these types of fraud.
Course Three: Earnings Management Investigation
Date: Nov/Dec (TBD)
Spearker: Paul Pu, Partner, KPMG (China); Clark ZHU, Risk Consulting, Forensic, KPMG (China)
With China's economic growth slowing and increasing financial pressures from global headquarters and/or capital markets, we have seen a growing trend in pervasive and sophisticated financial reporting fraud in China. We see this trend in both domestic private Chinese entities, and even in China subsidiaries of multinational companies and listed companies, historically considered to be at lower risk for such fraud.
The consequences of financial reporting fraud are expensive and operationally disruptive if not detected early and addressed professionally. Having regulators, lawyers, and accountants poring through data and disrupting business operations hurts share values, brand and market perception, and retention of good personnel, clients, and suppliers.
In this seminar, KPMG will highlight the trends we have observed and offer case studies of recent experiences and insights for your detection and prevention.
Risk Consulting Director of KPMG (China)
Risk Consulting, Associate Director of KPMG (China)
Washington Room, Amcham China
Floor 3, Gate 4, Pacific Century Place,
2A Workers' Stadium North Road,